Freddie Mercury Tribute Act Based in London
 

IS THIS THE REAL LIFE?
IS THIS JUST FANTASY?

 
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Luke As Freddie | Freddie Mercury Tribute Act London

Capture the magic of Queen with Luke Antony and his spellbinding Freddie Mercury show.

Re-live not just Freddie’s camp charisma, but his electrifying stage presence and iconic costumes.

Luke has sung in front of audiences across the UK, Europe, and the Middle East at a variety of private events. He has also wowed audiences on festival stages to crowds of over 6,000 people.

The show guarantees to immerse you in the theatre, heartache, and euphoria of Freddie’s music.

Luke is currently taking a limited amount of bookings. His team can accomodate weddings, private parties, cruise ships, festivals, and theatres. Please email info@lukeasfreddie.com to enquire about availability.

In order to preserve the spirit of Freddie, Luke is also encouraging clients to donate to the Mercury Phoenix Trust to fight AIDS worldwide.

Following the moving and hugely successful Tribute Concert in 1992, Brian May, Roger Taylor and Jim Beach set up The Mercury Phoenix Trust (MPT) in memory of the iconic Freddie Mercury who died from HIV/AIDS in 1991. The Trust is a core part of rock band Queen and Freddie’s legacy, with the passion and power behind the music forming the bedrock of the MPT.

The MPT has reached millions in the fight against HIV/AIDS worldwide, providing $17M to over 1K projects in 56 countries (and counting!). The MPT predominantly funds smaller organizations it assesses and vets as they effectively work at grassroots level, where governments, larger NGOs and markets don’t often reach.

With an estimated 36.9M people living with HIV/AIDS and 1.8M more becoming newly infected with HIV in 2017 alone, the battle is far from over.

Freddie was taken from us too young, but there is still time to make a difference and change the destinies of millions around the world.

 
 
 

NO TIME
FOR LOSERS

He’s just a poor boy, from a poor family.

 
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